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So this is a type of apple is that right Roberto, will these on the ground now be eaten by the birds?
Very pretty and colorful. I had to look up "jambos" as I'd not heard of them before - some kind of plum. I'll be the birds love them.Thanks for your kind words, Roberto!
por momentos, imagino o cenário em portugal, neste dezembro de geada e muito frio. o tapete não seria encarnado, seguramente.inspiradora a tua cidade, roberto!um abraço!
That is a lot of fruit, there should be lots of birds there. Lovely capture. Happy Holidays!
Summer colour at its best. Wonderful picture.daily athens photo
I just imagine that the hungry gull in my post for the day would love to find himself here under this tree!! Terrific capture, Roberto!Sylvia
I have never heard of this fruit before Roberto - at first I thought they were large petals!
Wow! So many of them. Are these going as waste? :(
É lindo!!! E gostoso!!! ;)Bela foto...Beijocas.
I love the photo, but i don't love the fruit. I also posted something like this last year because they also fall on the ground, nobody wants. We call it 'makopa' here. Merry Christmas.
Nunca tinha visto este fruto. Bonitas cores.
we have this fruit, and is also called Jambus, How amazing.
I bet the local birds LOVE these!
A very colourful photo- What do jambos taste like?Chrissy at Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave
Looking at the thumbnail pic I thought they were pretty flowers, but now I know different. I have never heard of them before, are they edible fruits? Can you cook with them or are they only fit for the birds?
Adoro jambos, de todos os tipos. A foto ficou bela e saborosa.beijo
Jambo?Não conheço esse fruto. É bom?Para os deixarem cair assim ao chão, é porque não deve ser grande coisa. :-P